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Courtesy of Néle Azevedo
"Minimal Monument" by Néle Azevedo.
Courtesy of Néle Azevedo
"Minimal Monument" by Néle Azevedo. The Brazilian artist will create the first U.S. installation of this sculpture on the Burlington City Hall steps Saturday at 2 p.m. as part of the Feverish World Symposium.
Courtesy of Pauline Jennings
"Mutable Spirals of Ascension" by Pauline Jennings. At BCA Center, Oct 19, the Jericho-based artist unveils "Becoming Human," an intermedia exhibition seeking to identify and dissolve barriers between human and wild.
Courtesy of Melissa Pokorny and Julia Hechtman
Detail of “Angle of Repose” by Melissa Pokorny and Julia Hechtman, an installation for the Feverish World Tent City on the University of Vermont campus, Sunday and Monday, October 21 and 22.
Courtesy of Melissa Pokorny and Julia Hechtman
“Angle of Repose” by Melissa Pokorny and Julia Hechtman, an installation for the Feverish World Tent City on the University of Vermont campus, Sunday and Monday, October 21 and 22.
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Courtesy of Aviva Rahmani
"Blued Trees Symphony” by Aviva Rahmani is a copyrighted spatial-acoustic work composed of trees marked with musical notes, spanning the continent in corridors of proposed natural gas lines. The artist speaks in a Monday panel.
Courtesy of Vanessa Ramos-Velasquez
"Bodenlos_H0m0 Ludens” by Vanessa Ramos-Velasquez. Her tent at the Feverish World Tent City on the University of Vermont campus will celebrate indigenous resilience and invite the public to engage with the structure.
Courtesy of Charles Lindsay
David Rothenberg and cicadas accompany one another. The professor of philosophy and music at the New Jersey Institute of Technology performs and speaks during Feverish World Symposium.
Courtesy of Feverish World Symposium
Frames for artists to decorate or modify for the Feverish World Tent City on the University of Vermont campus. Artists will give "Tent Talks" and engage attendees in unique ways, Sunday through Monday, October 21-22.
Courtesy of Feverish World Symposium
Frame for an artist to decorate or modify for the Feverish World Tent City on the University of Vermont campus. Artists will give "Tent Talks" and engage attendees in unique ways, Sunday through Monday, October 21-22.
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Courtesy of Cami Davis
"Marks as Metaphors" by students in a University of Vermont art class taught by Cami Davis. Students will present iterations of this exploration of density and pattern during the Feverish World Parade, starting Saturday at 5 p.m.
Courtesy of Natalie Jeremijenko and GASP
Artist, engineer and inventor Natalie Jeremijenko discussing her art/science project 'Amphibious Architecture.' The New York City-based scholar speaks on a panel and presents dance art at Feverish World Symposium.
Courtesy of Patty Hudak
Cahildren playing within “Canopy” by Patty Hudak, an installation integrating video, sound and painting. She will work with this theme in her Feverish World Tent.
Courtesy of Rebecca Schwarz and Feverish World Symposium
Feverish World Symposium poster
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Courtesy of Néle Azevedo
"Minimal Monument" by Néle Azevedo.

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